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Rolls-Royce Ghost gets facelift

Model suffered small changes in its exterior and interior design

New Rolls-Royce Ghost arrives in the market this summer

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facelift at the Geneva Motor Show. The model received minor design changes that will hit the market already in this summer.

According to the British luxury brand small and subtle changes to the design were made in the new Ghost and it also received new options and interior updates. One of the main concerns of many customers was that Rolls-Royce might change the shape of the model, but that concern was respected in this facelift.

The design changes include redesigned headlamps with new LED daytime running lights and new surfaces (including the hood). The bumpers of the new Ghost also suffered some changes to give the vehicle a greater sense of width and height. Furthermore, the model is available with new paint options and rims.

The powertrain has remained unchanged, however Rolls-Royce states that work was done to strengthen the curve capacity, ride quality, rear stability and the driver feedback.

Inside the Ghost receives new seats with more electric adjustment and more heating options. Furthermore, the new rear seats also receive new business and relaxation configurations.

The instruments also suffered minor modifications and are available with new finishes and two new options of veneered wood. The new infotainment system receives a multimedia screen with a 10.25 inches and a touchpad controller. The navigation system is connected to the transmission of the car anticipating what is the best gear to be used according to the type of road coming ahead.





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